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Cape Town Engen EMSS ceremony celebrates top learners

ENGEN held an awards ceremony on the 26th February, 2022 at Belgravia Secondary School, Cape Town to honour Grade 10-12 learners and name the top Engen Maths and Science School (EMSS) achievers in the Western Cape where classes are held at Manzombotho High School and Belgravia Senior Secondary.

Overcoming Covid related grief, lockdown induced class disruptions, and the added stress and anxiety of social unrest, 64% of the 429 EMSS learners who sat their matric final examinations attained bachelor passes, proving yet again the crucial role of the Engen supported supplementary maths and science programme.

Engen’s manager of Transformation and Stakeholder Engagement, Dr James Nyawera explains that the EMSS programme focuses specifically on providing extra tuition in “gateway” subjects such as mathematics and science; subjects which are considered critical in addressing the country’s technical and engineering skills shortage as well as spurring economic growth and development.

“While Engen is extremely proud of all the 2021 matriculants, I must make special mention of, and commend the incredible results attained by our top three matric achievers in attending our Cape Town EMSS Centres,” says Nyawera.

The top achiever in the Western Cape and taking fourth place nationally is Athlone local, Moebeen Yasser Hussein Seadon, an alumnus of Livingstone High School.  His hard work resulted in seven distinctions, including 84% for English, 92% for Maths and 91% for science. He is studying Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Cape Town this year.

The second-best performer in the province is Grassy Park resident and Livingstone High School alumnus Adam Mohamed.  Adam achieved a perfect score with 7 distinctions and his 93% for Maths and 83% for science secured him a coveted place to study actuarial science at the University of Cape Town.

Third place in the province is Athlone local, Taufeeq Rahbeeni who achieved 88% for maths and 85% for science.  An alumnus of Livingstone High, Taufeeq is studying mechanical engineering at the University of Cape Town this year.

The Engen Maths and Science Schools have run for over 30 years, and offer underprivileged grade 10-12 learners free supplementary Maths, Science and English tuition on Saturdays at ten locations across South Africa.

These include Cape Town (classes are held at Belgravia and Manzombotho High), Port Elizabeth (at Uitenhage Secondary School), East London (Buffalo City College), Cala and Johannesburg, and in KwaZulu-Natal where classes sit at Fairvale High School, Ganges High School, Howard College, and Mangosuthu University of Technology .

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